Do you mean to put a secret-service operative aboard disguised as a deckhand?
One of them was the boatswain Caine, the other a deckhand by the name of Johnson.
Charles leaned forward and emptied the syringe at one inch range into the taut seat of the deckhand's pants.
Behind her, ready to follow her if must be, a deckhand waited with her luggage.
With him came a deckhand, who, under Cotton's orders, had stove in a barrel of sulphur.
"Some fool that doesn't know how to sail a boat, I guess," said the other deckhand.
Old Neils, "the squarehead" deckhand of the green-pea trade!
"Now be good, or I'll shove a few of your teeth down your throat," said the deckhand.
I had been told that the only time to find him would be before six o'clock, as he was a deckhand on one of the early boats.
He said to the deckhand: "Can I clean the lady and myself up?"